|Jason Li at the 2012 WCAL Championship|
Jason Li enters the season with a personal best of 17:33 at Crystal Springs is coming off a spectacular spring where he finished the season as one of the top frosh-soph 800 & 1600 runners in the WCAL running 2:05 and 4:45.
Jeremy Dong qualified for the Cross Country CCS Championship last season after running 17:38 on the Crystal Springs course at the WCAL Championship. He followed that up with a respectable spring running 4:55 for 1600 and 10:50 for 3200.
|Jeremy Dong on his way a 17:38 PR at Crystal Springs.|
Peter Enfantino has found his grove and is expected to have an impact on this year’s varsity team. After finishing last cross country season with a modest 20:04 at Crystal Springs things started clicking in the sprin running 5:15 for 1600 and 11:28 3200. Joining him in the varsity push is Samuel Han. Running 18:59 at Crystal Springs at last year’s WCAL Championship he had a solid spring running 5:20 and 11:32 respectably. Han is perhaps the most consistent runners when it comes to training as he has set the goal and on track to run 360 days in 2013.
Dean DeMoss had some solid performances as last season running 18:33 at Crystal Springs, a top time for a freshman. He also saw success on the track running 5:20 for 1600 and 11:26 for 3200. Also looking to have an impact on the varsity team is junior Tejas Reddy who finished last season running 18:52 at the WCAL Championships.
Freshman Impact: It is one of the largest and strongest freshman classes in recent history for the Warriors. Chiedum Ndili, Yash Patel, Justin Barona, Newman Hu, Mathew Milner and others make this year’s team a threat for the record books once again.